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1 Lassen Community College Course Outline FS 93 Fire Fighter Unit I. Catalog Description This course provides the skills and knowledge needed for the entry level fire fighter, career or volunteer, to perform his/her duties safely, effectively, and competently. The curriculum is based on the 2013 edition of NFPA 1001 Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications, the 2012 edition of NFPA 1051 Standard for Wildland Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications, and the 2008 edition of NFPA 472 Standard for Competence of Responders to Hazardous Materials/Weapons of Mass Destruction Incidents. The seven overarching themes of the California State Fire Fighter I curriculum are: general knowledge germane to the profession, fire department communications, fire ground operations, rescue operations, preparedness and maintenance, wildland suppression activities, and hazardous materials/wmd. Student will receive a California State Fire Marshall Fire Fighter 1 certificate Prerequisites: FS 20 First Aid for Public Safety Employees or HO 120 CPR or Equivalent as determined by the Dean of Academic Instruction Transfer Status: NT 160 hours lecture 480 lab hours (class limit 25) Scheduled: Spring II. III. Coding Information Repeatability: No repeatable Grading Option: Pass/No Pass Credit Type: Credit Degree Applicable TOP Code: Course Objectives A. Course Student Learning Outcomes Upon completion of this course the student will be able to: 1. Describe principles, elements, and positional responsibilities of structure firefighting. 2. Explain the basic concept of how task book certification works in the fire service. B. Student Course Objectives Upon completion of this course the student will be able to: 1. Identify requirements for Fire Fighter I 2. Identify the role of other agencies as they relate to the fire department 3. Identify the components of structural personal protective ensemble 4. Identify operations that make confined spaces dangerous IV. Course Content A. Introduction to CAL-OSHA Code, Confined Space Identification & Dangers Becoming familiar with how to read different codes. B. Requirements for Fire Fighter I FS 93 Fire Fighter I Page 1

2 1. First Responder Operations 2. Confined Space Awareness 3. IS-100 Introduction to Incident Command System 4. IS-700A National Incident Management System, an Introduction C. Organization of the Fire Department 1. Equal Employment Opportunity 2. Harassment 3. Diversity 4. Fire fighter 1 duties in the department 5. Understanding the rolls of a company officer 6. What is a SOP D. Limitations of structural personal protective ensemble E. Mounting and dismounting procedures for riding an apparatus ie: Type 1 structure engine, Ladder Truck, Rescue Truck, Ambulance F. Hazards associated with riding an apparatus and ways to avoid them G. Describe prohibited practices H. Different types of department personal protective equipment and their use(s) I. Operating Fire Department Radios 1. Fire department procedures and etiquette for routine radio traffic 2. Fire department procedures and etiquette for emergency radio traffic 3. Fire department procedures and etiquette for emergency radio evacuation signals 4. Basic types and operations of fire department radios 5. Operate fire department radios and equipment 6. Identify the difference between routine and emergency radio traffic Discussion Questions 7. What are the different components of a fire department radio? J. Portable Electric and Lighting Equipment 1. Discuss safety principles and practices for portable electrical equipment 2. Identify power supply capacity and limitations 3. Describe light deployment methods 4. Operate department power supply and lighting equipment K. Building Construction and Related Hazards 1. Describe common building materials and construction types 2. Identify the effects of each construction type and elapsed time under fire conditions on structural integrity 3. Identify dangerous building conditions created by fire 4. Describe basic construction of typical doors, windows, walls, and roofs within the department s community or service area L. Fire Behavior 1. List physical states of matter in which fuels are found 2. Describe the stages of fire 3. Describe the classifications of fire 4. Describe the methods of heat transfer FS 93 Fire Fighter I Page 2

3 5. Describe the relationship of oxygen concentration to life safety and fire growth 6. Describe fire behavior in a structure M. Fire Extinguishers 1. Identify the types of, rating systems for, and risks associated with, each class of fire extinguisher 2. Discuss the operating methods and limitations of portable extinguishers 3. Operate portable fire extinguishers N. Water Supply Systems 1. Describe types and components of municipal and rural water systems 2. Discuss loading and off-loading procedures for a mobile water supply apparatus 3. Describe fire hydrant operations 4. Identify suitable static water supply sources O. Fire Hose 1. Identify the principles of fire streams 2. Describe different types, design, operation, nozzle pressure effects, and flow capabilities of nozzles 3. Identify types, designs, and uses of fire hoses 4. Identify fittings, tools, and appliances 5. Describe the application of each size and type of attack line P. Utility Control at Emergencies 1. Identify utility disconnect methods 2. Discuss associated dangers with utility disconnect methods 3. Describe use of required safety equipment 4. Identify utility control devices 5. Operate control valves or switches 6. Assess for related hazards Q. Forcible Entry 1. Describe types and uses of hand and power tools used in forcible entry 2. Describe operation of doors, windows, and locks 3. Identify the dangers associated with forcing entry through doors, windows, and walls 4. Transport and operate hand and power tools used in forcible entry 5. Force entry through doors, locks, windows, and walls using assorted methods and tools R. Structure Fire Search and Rescue Operations 1. Define primary and secondary search techniques 2. Describe the use of thermal imaging cameras and other search tools 3. Identify team members roles and goals in search and rescue operations within a structure S. Structural Fire Fighting Operation 1. Define the role of the backup team in fire attack situations 2. Describe attack and control techniques for below, at, and above grade level fires 3. Identify methods for locating and exposing hidden fires FS 93 Fire Fighter I Page 3

4 T. Horizontal Ventilation Operations 1. Describe safety considerations when venting a structure 2. Transport and operate ventilation tools and equipment and ladders 3. Break windows and door glass and remove obstructions 4. Horizontally ventilate a structure Y. Vertical Ventilation Operations 1. Describe the principles, advantages, limitations, and effects of vertical ventilation 2. List the techniques and safety precautions for venting flat roofs, pitched roofs, and basements 3. Identify the effects of construction type and elapsed time under fire conditions on structural integrity 4. Describe basic indicators of potential collapse or roof failure 5. Describe the advantages and disadvantages of vertical and trench/strip ventilation V. Overhaul 1. Identify reasons for protecting a fire scene 2. Describe obvious signs of area of origin, cause, or arson 3. List techniques for the preservation of fire cause evidence 4. Deploy and operate an attack line for overhaul 5. Apply water for maximum effectiveness 6. Expose and extinguish hidden fires in walls, ceilings, and subfloor spaces W. Passenger Vehicle Fires 1. List observable results that a fire stream has been properly applied 2. Identify the hazards associated with alternative fuels in passenger vehicle fires 3. Describe dangerous conditions created during a passenger vehicle fire 4. Describe common types of accidents or injuries related to fighting passenger vehicle fires and how to avoid them 5. Describe how to access locked passenger, trunk, and engine compartments X. Wildland Response 1. Identify special transportation considerations (weight limitations) 2. Discuss agency safety response guidelines 3. Describe operational procedures for various transportation modes Y. Wildland Personal Protective Equipment 1. Describe the use and limitations of required wildland personal protective clothing 2. Describe the use, limitations, inspection, and care of new generation fire shelter 3. Describe the inspection of wildland personal protective clothing 4. Recognize unserviceable items among wildland personal protective clothing 5. Describe maintenance of wildland personal protective clothing V. Assignments A. Appropriate Readings FS 93 Fire Fighter I Page 4

5 The New Generation Fire Shelter, NFES 2710, March 2003 Edition ( Incident Response Pocket Guide, NFES , Current Edition ( IS-100 Introduction to Incident Command System, I-100, Student Manual ( IS-700 National Incident Management System, An Introduction, Student Manual ( Full structural and wildland personal protective equipment B. Writing Assignments Write a 5 page essay on radio codes, procedures, and clear text for communications C. Expected Outside Assignments Don and Doff Personal Predictive Equipment and Self Contained Breathing Apparatus in 70 seconds D. Specific Assignments that Demonstrate Critical Thinking Examine, critique and revise critical deferent types of Structure Fires VI. Methods of Evaluation Final exam and assignments Must maintain a 80% on all quizzes VII. Methods of Delivery Check those delivery methods for which, this course has been separately approved by the Curriculum/Academic Standards Committee. Traditional Classroom Delivery Hybrid Delivery Correspondence Delivery Online Delivery Lecture and final exam VIII. Representative Texts and Supplies IAFC; Fundamentals of Fire Fighter Skills; 3 rd Edition, 2012, Jones and Bartlett Learning, ISBN: OR IFSTA; Essentials of Fire Fighting and Fire Department Operations; 6 th edition, 2013, Brady Publishing, a division of Pearson Education, ISBN: AND IFSTA, Hazardous Materials for First Responders, 4 th edition, 2011, Fire Protection Publication, ISBN: OR Corbett, Glenn, Fire Engineering s Handbook for Fire Fighter I and Fire Fighter II, 1 st Edition, Fire Fighter I Updated January 2017 Page 4 of 47, Penn Well Corporation, ISBN: AND Teie, William C; Firefighters Handbook on Wildland Firefighting, 3 rd edition, 2005, Deer Valley Press, ISBN: FS 93 Fire Fighter I Page 5

6 IX. Discipline/s Assignment Fire Technology X. Course Status Current Status: Active Original Approval Date: 03/21/2017 Course Originator: Chad Lawson Board Approval Date: 04/11/2017 Chancellor s Office Approval Date: 04/25/2017 Revised by: Curriculum/Academic Standards Committee Revision Date: FS 93 Fire Fighter I Page 6

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